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Serbian nationals are permitted to visit all Schengen countries without a visa for business, tourist, or transit purposes.

Beginning in late 2023, Serbians visiting Schengen member countries for business stays of up to 90 days will be able to do so visa-free thanks to the ETIAS visa waiver.

If a Serbian passport holder wants to hunt for work in a Schengen country but isn’t sure which one they want to live in, they can use an ETIAS to visit numerous countries.

Once the visitor has determined which European city they want to work in, the following step is to go to an embassy or consulate for that nation to get a work visa.

Unlike the ETIAS, which allows Serbians to enter all Schengen countries, visas are country-specific. The requirements and processing periods may differ from one nation to the next.

Please keep in mind that the ETIAS does not allow holders from Serbia to seek employment or work in the EU. If Serbian ETIAS holders are discovered working in Europe, they may face severe penalties such as fines, deportation, or the cancellation of their travel authorization.

Serbian passport holders do not require a visa to visit Schengen member countries for 90 days or less.

The European Union and Serbia have reached a visa waiver agreement, which allows visitors to enter the EU just by showing their passport to border control agents upon arrival. This is true when Serbians come to visit for up to 90 days for tourism, leisure, business, or transportation.

The ETIAS visa waiver is set to go into effect in late 2023. Serbian nationals will require an ETIAS travel authorization.

Serbians will be able to visit Schengen countries for up to 90 days each 180-day term under the ETIAS.

The following visa waiver criteria apply to Serbian nationals visiting the European Union:

  • A current passport
  • A valid email address
  • A credit or debit card